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Which is the best reason for English speakers to learn standard English? It separates the educated from the uneducated. It will decrease communication errors. It is easier to learn than other varieties of English. It makes it easier to learn a foreign language
Weegy: It will decrease communication errors User: thank you Weegy: welcome User: Translate the indicated abbreviations in the following dictionary entry: Iridescent Ir`i*des"cent\ (277) [L. iris, iridis, the rainbow: cf. F. iridescent.] (More)
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first one I think is A. It separates the educated from the uneducated. Classism is very important.
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A type of figurative language using exaggeration is ______. simile metaphor hyperbole personification
Weegy: A type of figurative language using exaggeration is hyperbole User: Benjamin Franklin was one of many famous Americans who wrote essays in the form of______. letters diaries sermons histories Weegy: Yes, that is true. Any other question? User: Benjamin Franklin was one of many famous Americans who wrote essays in the form of______. letters diaries sermons historie Weegy: Sermons. User: Increased leisure time has helped popularize nonfiction as a source of information. True False Weegy: Depends in which case youre talking about. My answer would be False. User: A simile is a kind of figurative language used in descriptive prose. True False (More)
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A simile is a kind of figurative language used in descriptive prose is TRUE.
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Increased leisure time has helped popularize nonfiction as a source of information. True False

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Nonfiction today is chiefly important as ______. an entertainment a source of information propaganda a description
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a source of information
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Expressionism, realism, and symbolism were three schools of playwriting in this century in America. True False
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TRUE. Expressionism, realism, and symbolism were three schools of playwriting in this century in America.
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Informal speech used by a certain people or a certain country is called ______. dialogue, formal English, vernacular, paraphrase,
Weegy: Dialogue User: you sure? Weegy: Dialogue (sometimes spelled dialog in American English[1]) is a literary and theatrical form consisting of a written or spoken conversational exchange between two or more people User: alrighty then Weegy: Your welcome User: Eight different kinds of theater exist in America today. True False (More)
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Eight different kinds of theater exist in America today. True
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Informal speech used by a certain people or a certain country is called vernacular.
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